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I’ve been advancing the notion that the tea parties contain a legitimate political argument–fiscal conservatism.  If this is true, tea partiers should abandon politicians who run from the opportunity to implement fiscal conservatism.  In the house, tea-party Republicans are revealing their true colors.  Congressman Jack Kingston places the challenge:

“Anybody who’s a Republican right now, come June, is going to be accused of hating seniors, hating education, hating children, hating clean air and probably hating the military and farmers, too,”
Of course, Republicans who dodge the issue will be accused of not being fiscal conservatives, which may be even worse for their re-election chances.
See commentary from Tyler Cowen and Kevin Drum.

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